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String Cheese Incident Live at Arcadia Theater on 1999-05-05


Topics Live concert


Set 1: Rhythm of The Road, Missing Me > Slide Jam > Mouna Bowa > Come Back Home, Footprints, Roll Over, Voodoo Chile* > Jingo* > Voodoo Chile* > Can't You See jam* > Texas*

Encore: I Shall Be Released**, Mtn Girls***, So What^, Superstition^^


Collection StringCheeseIncident
Band/Artist String Cheese Incident
Venue Arcadia Theater
Location Dallas, TX

Source Earthworks SR71 > Graham Patten DMic 20 > Sony PCM-M1 (48khz)
Lineage Sony PCM-M1 > Oade 7 pin-coax > Hosa coax > Zoltrix Pro6 > CD Wave (splits) > SF5 (resample/edit) > mkwACT > SHN v3
Taped by Larry Fox
Transferred by Brian Cole

Notes

* with Warren Haynes of Government Mule on guitar.
** with Warren Haynes on lead vocal and guitar, and Alan Woody (Govt Mule) on Keith's bass; (without Keith).
*** with Warren on guitar and Alan on mandolin, with Keith back on bass.
^ with Warren and Alan on guitars, Matt Abts (Govt Mule) and Jamie on drums.
^^ with Warren on guitar, Alan on bass (without Keith again), and Matt on percussion.

Taper: Larry Fox
Dat/Seed: Dylan Cope

Conversion/Tracking: Brian Cole (cole7007@yahoo.com) 8/11/02
Review/Editing: See sci99-05-05Review&EditNotes.txt


Source: Earthworks SR71>Graham Patten DMic 20>Sony M1>DAT (48khz)
Conversion: Sony M1>Oade 7 pin-coax>Hosa coax>
Zoltrix Pro6>CDwav(split)>SF5(resample/edit)>MKWact>shnv3

SEED NOTES:
A very nice, largely undercirculated show.

Resampled in SF 5.0 - Level 4 (highest) using anti-alias filter.
Started Mouna Bowa at first hint of guitar riff.
Debated whether to keep slide jam as it's own track but decided to put it on the same track as Missin' Me. Would have tracked it at 10:03.
There was some chatting at the beginning of the encore so I put it as it's own track.
Included long intro on superstition due to encore jam session.

Enjoy!

-Brian

String Cheese Incident
Wednesday, 5/5/1999
Arcadia Theatre
Dallas, TX



Source: Earthworks SR71>Graham Patten DMic 20>Sony M1>DAT (48khz)
Conversion: Sony M1>Oade 7 pin-coax>Hosa coax>
Zoltrix Pro6>CDwav(split)>SF5(resample/edit)>MKWact>shnv3



Editing Notes: Brian Cole (cole7007@yahoo.com)
Review Notes: TBD




EDITING NOTES:
08/11/02-Resampled in SF 5.0 - Level 4 (highest) using anti-alias filter.
Started Mouna Bowa at first hint of guitar riff, did not include noodling before
guitar riff on same track.
Debated whether to keep slide jam as it's own track but decided to put it on the
same track as Missin' Me. Would have tracked it at 10:03.
Kept huge Voodoo Chile segue together as one track. IMO splitting this up would
also require splitting up slide jam.
There was some chatting at the beginning of the encore so I put it as it's own
track. Started track at beginning of banter.
Included long intro on superstition due to encore jam session. It seemed to go
with the 'atmosphere' of the show and splitting it into a
separate track didn't seem to be necessary.

02/08/2003 - Fixed nits noted by Brad & Shaun as noted below betwee the "**"

d1t3 - 10:37 - some slight digifuzz **softened**
d1t3 - 13:13 - slight pop. **too small to fix**
d2t1 - 06:35 - digiskip during the end of footprints **softened**
d2t2 - 00:48 - digiskip **L channel too small to fix)**
d2t4 - 02:14 - digiskip (maybe, it was small) **too small to fix**
d3t3 - 00:23 - skip **from PA?**



SCIEVAL GROUP REVIEW NOTES:

************************************
Reviewed by Brad LeBlanc - 10/07/2002
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Simply a stellar sounding recording, and a wonderful show as well. I really
enjoyed listening to this one. Thanks Brian! The band seemed to be having a
great time on stage this evening. At times the crowd comes through a bit noisy,
but for the most part they're drowned out by the band. Jamie adds a nice little
kick to many of the songs. Voodoo > Jingo > Voodoo - all I can say is "Holy
cow." Same with the Texas. I love how you can hear the crowd yell when Billy
sings "You sure can drink a lot of beer underneath that Texas sun." A 50 minute
encore too!

Kinda cool how Alan Woody made Keith's bass sound so different than when Keith
played. Not better, just different.

Regarding the new info file formatting, I like it Brian. There wasn't anything
wrong with the previous ones, but I think it's an improvement.

Nits:
d1t2 - 8:35 into the song, it seems like the taper adjusts a level somewhere and
the sound rounds out a bit more just as ROTR is finishing off (starts in the
left channel and moves to the right, it takes about 2 seconds). It's funny,
because I listened to the whole track thinking to myself "great recording", and
then you hit that point and it sounds even better. A shame that couldn't have
been fixed earlier. No attempt should be made to fix it, but it should be noted.

d1t3 - 10:37 - some slight digifuzz. Hard to notice, not worth removing.
d1t3 - 13:13 - slight pop.
d2t1 - 06:35 - digiskip during the end of footprints
d2t2 - 00:48 - digiskip
d2t4 - 02:14 - digiskip (maybe, it was small)

Conclusion:
If the pop in d1t3 is verified by another set of ears, maybe we should try
removing it. The digiskips kinda cath you a little, but they aren't that bad and
if they are on the master wave's then the only way to fix those is to retransfer
the tapes. Too much work for too small an issue. 2 thumbs up for a seed that
will instantly be a classic to me.

-Brad

Vote: Thumbs Up



Reviewed by Shaun Funk - 11/14/2002
-------------------------------
Fun show. Crowd is a little overbearing at times. Nice sounding otherwise. Some
nits:

d1t2 8:30 mild channel swapping
d2t1 6:35 skip
d3t3 0:23 skip

Text file says that d2t3 is Voodoo > Jingo >Voodoo > Can't You See Jam. There's
definitely no Jingo, and I think calling that jam Can't You See is quite a
stretch.

I'll give it a thumbs up.

Vote: Thumbs Up




Enjoy!

-Brian

Reviews

Reviewer: Kevin Revie - - February 18, 2009
Subject: Soundboard
Hey azjones, I believe the soundboard Jac from Tucson is referring to probably came from nugs.net:
http://stash.nugs.net/sci/990505.asp?artist=16&show=320&cmd=shows

I have to agree with Jac from Tucson’s review. This is definitely a five star performance, but I do prefer a crisper version like the one on nugs.net.
Reviewer: azjones - - March 15, 2008
Subject: To Jack From Tucson
Hey Jack instead of bragging about having a SBD of this show why don't you put it up in the Archive so we can all hear the difference. Don't be selfish now.
Reviewer: Jac from Tucson - - September 15, 2006
Subject: OK sound, but no way worth 5 stars!
The performance warrants 5 stars. The audience recording is so-so at best, probably 3 stars. Sorry, Larry... I have a soundboard of this show and the difference is just astounding. I Shall Be Released is phenomenal. Someone else confirms that but says it's a bit too long. I dunno, the way Warren and Allen soar, it just seemed they made that song their own. I hate to say it, but The Band never played the song as well as it's played here. A great show. Try and get the soundboard if you can. There's just too much ambient audience noise on the audience recording for me...
Reviewer: Molly Bloom - - December 31, 2005
Subject: Jingo
Jingo starts at about 8:50 into the jam. At 13:17 Voodoo Chile is picked up again. At 16:37 starts Can't You See. At 26:34 a faint brief return to Jingo.

Its one of my favorite car jams.
Reviewer: DontBoozeNULose - - June 9, 2005
Subject: This show a must
This show is great, they start the show with a bang with a great Rythem of the Road, and then Haynes kicks butt at the end of the show. Superstition is good, and though long, I Shall Be Released is awesome.
Reviewer: saved by rock and roll - - December 2, 2004
Subject: GREAT
great show a must listen to for any cheese fan. mule added a lot to the end of the show. superstition highlight of the show.
Reviewer: Steal_your_bong_87 - - December 2, 2004
Subject: Kick_a$$
This show rocked. Haynes at the top of his game that year. He rocked the stage, and the cheese jammed hard
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